E-Discovery, A Guide for Corporate Counsel (1st, 2nd and 3rd Editions)

Sills Cummis & Gross

Trent S. Dickey

May 18, 2008

E-Discovery: A Guide for Corporate Counsel, is a primer on electronic discovery for in-house counsel.  It is useful to anyone whose client maintains electronic records and to any litigator who needs to shape demands for electronic documents or respond to them.

Topics include the design of records management programs; the use of forensics experts to locate, analyze and produce electronic evidence; terms and concepts in the field of electronic information; and the relevant rules of court.  The book also addresses privilege and confidentiality; cost-shifting in discovery; documents in the hands of non-parties; and the potentially serious consequences of losing or destroying electronic evidence.

The Managing Editors include Peter G. Verniero, Jeffrey J. Greenbaum and Mark S. Olinsky.  The General Editors were Kenneth F. Oettle and James M. Hirschhorn.  Chapter Authors include Trent S. Dickey, Mark E. Duckstein and Thomas S. Novak.